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Volume 9: 1994

  • Development of Managerial Skills and MPA Programs: A Study of the Views of State Administrators by El-Houcin Chaqra and Maria Lorenzo Carballo
  • African International Administrators and Their Participation in the U.N. System: An Empirical Study by Ibrahim Garba
  • Strategies of Professional Success for Women and Minorities in Public Bureaucracies by James McDowell and Manindra Mohapatra
  • Public Service and Practical Political Science by Sally Jo Vasicko
  • Socio-Economic Implications of Health Care Reform in the United States: Why Should We Care? by Adriela Fernandez
  • The Decision to Settle the Serbo-Croat Conflict and Implications for the Bosnian Confrontation by Francine Friedman
  • Implications of Rapid Development: A View from Southeast Asia by Carmen Barker Lemay
  • The Evolving Debate on Russian Foreign and Security Doctrine by Roger Hamburg

Volume 8: 1991-1993

  • Conflict and Convergence: What Differences in Feminist Activism around Pornography Reveal about Feminist Theory by Loretta Kensinger
  • Gender Bias in Political Theory by Penny Weiss
  • Indiana Public Administrators and MPA Programs: Findings of a Survey by Shamina Ahmed, Manindrea Mohapatra, James McDowell and Chris Perry
  • International Environment Regimes: Viable Agents for Dealing with Global Warming and the Depletion of the Ozone Layer by Uma Balakrishman
  • Learning to Hold the Mirror: Teaching Political Culture through the Hollywood Films by Dale Hathaway
  • Class and Ethnicity in Hawaii’s 1970 Gubernatorial Election: Party Cleavages in a Multi-Ethnic Polity by Gary G. Aguiar
  • The Peace Accords and the Chance for Lasting Peace in El Salvador by Paul Barton-Kriese
  • The Protest Vote in the 1992 Presidential Primaries by Patrick J. McGeever
  • The Media’s Influence on Public Policy: The Issue of Infant Mortality by Joanne W. Rains
  • The Politics of Administration: Why You See it? Why You Don’t? by Enamul H. Choudhury
  • Sustainable Development – Cui Bono by Uma Balakishnan
  • Salience of Third World Issues: An Attitudinal Comparison of U.S. and Bangladesh College Students by Enamul Choudhury and Manindra Mohapatra
  • AIDS in Africa: Politics and Policy; Multisectorial and Multidimensional by Richard Fredland
  • An Essay Concerning Nietzsche and Jean Granier by Lee Rademacher
  • Perceptions of Free Press-Privacy-Fair Trial Rights: Comparing Attorneys, Judges, and Media Representatives in Iowa and Indiana by Byron W. Daynes and Glen Sussman
  • Demand for Responsible Parties and Among Precinct Leaders by E. Gene DeFelice
  • Teaching American Politics in Comparative, International, and Critical Perspective by Patrick McGeever

Volume 7: 1989-1990

  • The Decay of Civic Virtue by Robert M. Johnstone
  • The Utility of Etzioni’s Societal Guidance Theory in Electoral Politics by Joanne W. Rains
  • Foreign Policy Becomes Domestic: Lessons from Irangate by Richard A. Fredland
  • American Military Spending, 1789-1988 by Patrick McGeever
  • The Crumbling of Consensus: Consequences in the U.S. of the War in Vietnam by David L. Anderson
  • International Organizations and Environmental Policy: A Theoretical Analysis by Madhu Malik
  • Can Democratic Change Change Democracy? by William R. Shaffer
  • Developing Community Data Bases: Limitations and Possibilities by Dixie Wiles Ray
  • Gender Coalition as a Route to Change by Ralph Baker and Fred A. Meyer, Jr.
  • Nonviolent Sanctions and Communist Regimes: A Study of Poland’s Solidarnosc Labor Union by Paul Barton-Kriese
  • The Failure of East German Nationalism by Stephen P. Hoffman
  • International Political Elite: The Heads of States by Duja Turki
  • The Regulation of Liberty in the Political Theory of Thomas Hobbes with a Critical Analysis of its Applicability to International Relations by Curtis Peet
  • Photography In/As Postmodernity by Michael A. Weinstein

Volume 6: 1987-1988

  • Impact of Work upon Women’s Health by Dixie W. Ray and Melinda S. Rider
  • Pregnancy and the Law by Doris-Jean Burton
  • The Adoption of a Pay Equity Plan: A Case Study by Ralph Baker and Fred A. Meyer, Jr.
  • Coping: Indiana Cities and Towns in a Period of Retrenchment by Richard Balkema
  • HB 1008: Application of Etzioni’s Framework by Jody Pietrie
  • The Issue of Tobacco Smoking in Indiana by Joanne W. Rains
  • Welfare Reform in Indiana: The Experience of the 1987 Legislature by Enid Errante Zwirn
  • Public Opinion and Nuclear Weapons: An Indianapolis Survey by Patrick J. McGeever
  • Politics in Fiction and Film: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Politics by Michael G. Krukones
  • Propaganda Analysis as a Tool for Teaching the Role of Perceptions in International Politics by Allen B. Maxwell
  • Gender and Policy Priorities in Indiana by Ralph Baker and Fred A. Meyer, Jr.

Volume 5: 1986

  • Health Policy for the Elderly in Indiana by Dixie W. Ray and Melinda S. Rider
  • Public Policy Implementation: Start-Up of Indiana’s Access to Public Records Law by William H. Harader and James L. McDowell
  • Applied Social Research and the Development of Health Care Policy in East Central Indiana by Joseph A. Blake
  • Interests that Have an Interest in Health Care Costs by William P. Hojnacki and Lois Broeker
  • Politico-Military Planning: Alternative National Interests Forecasting Model by Robert H. Puckett
  • Jeffersonian Localism: A Defense by David Osterfeld
  • Constitutional Convention Implementation Act of 1985: An Analysis and Comment by Joseph F. Menez
  • Defeat of the 1985 Pan Am Bond Issue: A Case Study of Popular Democracy in Indiana by Robert V. Kirch
  • The Concept of the Non-Alienated Man: A Missing Link in the Theory of Alienation of the Early Marx by Paul A. Hamori
  • Utilizing Public Officials as Resource Persons/Guest Speakers: A Valuable Teaching Tool by Robert V. Kirch

Volume 4: 1985

  • Introductory Comments by Fred A. Meyer, Jr., Editor
  • The Marin Luther King, Jr., Public Holiday Bill: Its Policy Enactment by Byron W. Daynes
  • Explaining Ideological Parallels: New Left and New Wright by Leonard Williams
  • Ecology of the Indiana Socialist Vote by James R. Simmons
  • Indiana’s Sunset Law by Carl Metz
  • Perceptions of Crime in a Changing Neighborhood by Ralph Baker and Fred Meyer
  • The President and Arms Control Policy by Dorothy Rudoni
  • Legal Considerations and Functional Advantages of Voting by Mail: The California Experience by Robert V. Kirch

Volume 3: 1984

  • Introductory Comments by Fred A. Meyer, Jr., Editor
  • The Court and Social Regulatory Policy: The Case of Obscenity and Abortion by Byron W. Daynes
  • On Computer Literacy by William R. Shaffer
  • The 98th Congress: Real or Paper Tiger? by Kenneth Kofmehl
  • Television and Politics: A Review of Research Strategies by Ralph Baker and Fred A. Meyer, Jr.
  • Is There a Method to These Machines? Assessing Advances in Computer Applications in Political Science by Robert X. Browning
  • Effective Use of Computer-Assisted Instruction by Sandra Powell Barber
  • Nonalignment: How Relevant is it? by Charles T. Barber
  • American Middle East Policy and the Spiritual Crisis of Islam by Fedor I. Cicak

Volume 2: 1983

  • Introductory Comments by Fred A. Meyer, Jr., Editor
  • Decision Loci and Information Sources in the Indiana House of Representatives by David J. Webber
  • Campaign Debates and Hoosier Audiences in 1980 by Patrick McGeever
  • The Representational Relationship: The Problem of Citizen Attentiveness and Popular Control of Policy-Making by W. Richard Merriman
  • Warring on Crime in the 60’s and 80’s by Ira Smolensky with Phillip M. Lykens and James Clinton Snyder
  • President-Congressional Relations: Presidential Intervention – The Hoover Period by Thomas P. Wolf
  • Conventional Perspectives on Freedom of Speech by John Kincaid
  • Congressional Control of Administration: The Legislative Veto by Carl Metz
  • Constitutional “Rights” of the Incompetent by Byron W. Daynes
  • After the Honeymoon: Analyses of Reagan’s Administration by Watson, Barber and Cronin by Sandra Powell Barber
  • The Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT): An Ongoing Process by William F. Ansberry
  • Arms Control and a Countervailing Strategy by King W. Pfeiffer
  • The Moral Majority and American Foreign Policy by Robert H. Puckett and David L. Weeks
  • The French Presidential Elections of April 26 and May 10, 1981 by Amir Rafat
  • The Gray Area and Arms Control by Frederick J. Heinzen, Jr.
  • Science, Pseudoscience and the Demarcationist Program by Martin Curd
  • Income Differences in Marx’s Discussion of First Phase Communist Societies by Morris M. Wilhelm
  • Bond Remonstrances as Political Weaponry and Popular Democracy: Indianapolis Case Study by Robert V. Kirch
  • Election by U.S. Mail Ballot: The San Diego Experience by Robert V. Kirch
  • Enlivening the Teaching of Political Science by Richard A. Fredland
  • Notes on Political Science Course Y388 Marxist-Leninist Theory and its Current Soviet Applications by Fedor I. Cicak
  • Teaching Public Policy Using APSA Supplementary 224 Analytical Units: The Results of a Field Test by Ricahrd A. Brisbin, Jr.
  • Teaching Interns in Local Government Placements by Doris F. Pierce

Volume 1: Inaugural Edition

  • Introductory Comments by Fred A. Meyer, Jr., Editor
  • The Impact of Affirmative Action Upon Public Services by Nicholas P. Lovrich
  • The Burger Court and Prisoners: An Examination of First Amendment and Due Process by Ralph Baker
  • Obscenity: Two Courts’ Unsuccessful Attempts to Define It by Byron Daynes
  • The Goal Probing Approach to Public Policy Analysis by W.G. Ludwin
  • The Significance of Image-Making in Contemporary Politics by Robert Schmul
  • Campaign Rhetoric: Implications by Michael Krukones
  • Legislative Restraint of the Central Intelligence Agency by Carey E. Cavanaugh
  • Urban Politics in an Era of Declining Party Strength: Influencing the Outcome of a Party Primary Election by William Hojnacki with Anthony Kupferer and Orvis Hart
  • Correlates of Municipal Decentralization: An Exploratory Analysis by Ronn Kirkwood
  • Film and Fiction in the Study of Politics: Advantages and Limitations by Patrick McGeever
  • The Classroom Use of Tape Recorded U.S. Supreme Court Oral Arguments by James E. Jordan
  • Using Public Officials as a Teaching Resource in State and Local Government Courses by Robert V. Kirch
  • American Foreign Policy: Politics of Priority and the National Interest by Robert Puckett
  • The Brezhnev Doctrine: Socialist Solidarity or Limited Sovereignty? by Paul Hamori
  • Post-Tito Developments in Yugoslavia by Fedor I. Cicak
  • East-West Confromtation: Priorities and Problems for the 80’s by Sandra Powell Barber and Charles T. Barber